Featured hotels in Galicia

  • £40

    Average price per night

    Pensión Artilleiro, Santiago de Compostela

    Pensión Artilleiro

    Santiago de Compostela

    9.3 Superb 314 reviews
    Description Situated next to Santiago University, this restored 18th-century house offers a garden, a cosy lounge with a fireplace and heated rooms with free WiFi. Santiago Cathedral is 600 metres away.
    Review

    "Very fliendly and helpfull staff. All is freshly decorated and spotlessly clean. We had to leave before breakfast time so we were given a packed breakfast which was healthy and very tasty too!"

    Jan. United Kingdom
  • 7.8 Good 46 reviews
    Description The Residencias Class & Confort offer modern luxury with free Wi-Fi access. They are located just 250 metres from Canelas Beach, near the beautiful resort of Sanxenxo.
  • £63

    Average price per night

    Hotel Gelmírez, Santiago de Compostela
    8.9 Fabulous 1,806 reviews
    Description The modern Hotel Gelmírez is 10 minutes’ walk from Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and 3 minutes’ walk from the Train Station’s Airport Bus stop. It offers a gym, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour reception.
    Review

    "Staff was very friendly! Room very comfy and clean! We chose the same hotel for our last night in Spain!"

    Jerry. Luxembourg
  • £72

    Average price per night

    Smart Boutique Hotel Literario San Bieito, Santiago de Compostela
    9.2 Superb 1,684 reviews
    Description Located in Santiago de Compostela's historical centre, Smart Boutique Hotel Literario San Bieito is 450 metres from Obradoiro Square.
    Review

    "Very clean and cozy, a wondeful snack complimentary buffet 24h a day with good quality producs such as bread, cheese, coffe, fruits and juice. Staff always prepared to help, eletronic safe in the room and big rooms (at leat mine, 303)"

    LucianaG70. Brazil
  • £67

    Average price per night

    Hotel Miradoiro de Belvís, Santiago de Compostela
    8.9 Fabulous 1,903 reviews
    Description This bright, simple hotel is located close to the old town of Santiago de Compostela, which includes its world-famous Cathedral.
    Review

    "Great location to visit the cathedral and centre."

    Kevin MacKay. Malta
  • £48

    Average price per night

    Hotel Real, Santiago de Compostela

    Hotel Real 1-star hotel

    City-Centre, Santiago de Compostela

    8.7 Fabulous 562 reviews
    Description Hotel Real B&B is situated just 200 metres from the impressive Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. Each heated room has free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and private bathroom.
    Review

    "Made me a lovely take away breakfast because I had to leave very early to catch a flight"

    Mark. United Kingdom

Galicia highlights

Islas Cíes
Head to the Cíes Islands to find unspoilt nature, crystalline waters and arguably the world’s best beach, Playa de Rodas.
Traditional furanchos tapas bars
Sample homemade wines and local cuisine in these underground, cellar-style bars that populate the villages of Pontevedra.
The Loiba Cliffs
Breathe fresh sea air on these spectacular green cliffs, overlooking the meeting point of the Cantabrian Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
Hot springs in Ourense
Soak in the open-air thermal pool in Ourense city centre, or visit spas and hot springs along the River Miño.
Seafood in Rías Baixas
Visit a traditional fishing town to enjoy fresh oysters, mussels, crabs and barnacles with a glass of local white wine.
The Costa Da Morte coastline
Stretching from Malpica to Cape Finisterre, the dramatic Death Coast boasts over 100 natural beaches, sheer cliffs and breathtaking views.
Palloza houses in Los Ancares Mountains
Discover a lost way of life in the mountain villages of Los Ancares, including picturesque palloza thatched stone houses.
Surfing at Pantín Beach
Considered one of Spain’s best beach breaks, Pantín offers both left and right-hand waves and hosts world-class surfing events.
Ancient Celtic settlements
The Celtic settlements of Santa Tecla Hill look down on the Atlantic Ocean, Miño Estuary and Galicia and Portugal’s forests.
Santiago de Compostela’s old town
Pass Renaissance mansions and charming restaurant-lined squares on your way to Santiago Cathedral, end point of the St James’ Way.

Historic and Holy

A region of lush landscapes, countless coves and beautiful beaches, Galicia is the westernmost part of Spain. Long admired, it boasts incredible reminders of its first settlers – the Romans.

Lugo is the world’s only city entirely surrounded by Roman walls, and quite a sight they are. On a rocky promontory in A Coruña, the Tower of Hercules is a working Roman lighthouse. Considered the world’s oldest, it overlooks one of the region’s ‘rias altas’ – coastal inlets flanked by high cliffs.

Sheltered in another inlet is the port of Ferrol, and Viveiro around the coast has a lovely beach nestled below green hills. Another sandy beach protected by zig-zag cliffs is Ribadeo, on the Asturias border.

The most famous Galicia attraction is the capital Santiago de Compostela whose huge cathedral, firmly on the pilgrim route, is Christianity’s 3rd most important. Unsurprisingly, the city has the most 5-star Galicia hotels on Booking.com, though it’s smaller than Vigo which has a replica of the ship that reported America’s discovery.

The castle in nearby Baiona overlooks a beach, and Pontevedra slopes down to the sea. The undulating coastline continues to O Grove, known for beautiful beaches and hot springs. Thermal waters are also in Ourense, near the stunning Sil River Canyon in the hilly interior, home to most small hotels in Galicia.

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